A new experimental system which uses embryonic stem cells reprogrammed into neurons has the potential to assess the pathogenic effects of a drug on brain development.
A new study reveals subplate cells may not simply disappear, they may, instead, be migrating to different levels of the cortex. In essence, subplate cells may become part of the cerebral cortex.
According to a new study, rats with hypopituitarism received pituitary cell transplants, which promoted normal hormone release.
Researchers have developed a new method of reducing the time it takes to grow mini brain models in the lab. This may accelerate research into diseases and injury that affect the nervous system.
Researchers have developed more sophisticated organoid models to help provide new insights into a range of neurological and psychological disorders.